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Old 11-10-2020, 02:19 PM   #225
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I'm never disappointed when I see Zach's work, this time is no exception. Congrats on the tune, that looks fun as hell!
I have honestly never seen on a dynograph, someone crack 300whp on the 7psi wastegate spring. Air quality was good that day, air temp around 67F. The listed torque numbers seem to be around what most show on the 7psi spring, but the whp, I don't know if it was just the dyno, or what. Zach is an elite tuner. Very excited to have had the opportunity to be tuned by him.
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Old 11-20-2020, 01:47 AM   #226
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That's not a torque curve, it's a torque shelf. O_O
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It's incredible that the GTX technology allows the turbo to reach those level ( E85 or not) with only 10 PSI. It's no wonder people are into 600s with the 3076
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I'm drooling over that, that's the closest I've ever seen to a perfect WOT dyno graph that isn't artificially torque limited by the tuner. Flat line of torque, HP goes up and to the right, it's a work of art.
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Yeah, but what kind of damage is that non limited torque curve doing to the engine? (honestly curious)
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Yeah, but what kind of damage is that non limited torque curve doing to the engine? (honestly curious)

Torque stress is lower on the rotating assembly as RPM increases. Lower RPM torque is what breaks things. I think the reason the torque line is so smooth is because boost is being tapered in gradually (this is how I had my car tuned). It's great because it helps with predictability, stabilization, and not being bored with the car after 5k RPM. When you have torque ramp in early by shoving boost in and then having to hold it there, it doesn't feel as rewarding to rev the car out
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I guess I will add mine even though I am going to puling it off the car PM if your interested

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I guess I will add mine even though I am going to puling it off the car PM if your interested

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Why are you removing it? The Sprintex car I've been in felt perfect, it's exactly what I'd want if I were an OEM+ kind of guy
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Why are you removing it? The Sprintex car I've been in felt perfect, it's exactly what I'd want if I were an OEM+ kind of guy
Keep it short and sweet:

1)CARB aka California and smog
2) I want to compete in the SoCal FT86 cup and with all my mods it would put me in the modified group which I have zero shot as a driver to compete in. Plus this Kit is the worst on the track as it does heat soak quickly in high temps. I want to get better as a driver and this will allow me compete in the street class which I have a much better shot at
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I'm drooling over that, that's the closest I've ever seen to a perfect WOT dyno graph that isn't artificially torque limited by the tuner. Flat line of torque, HP goes up and to the right, it's a work of art.
I won't ever go to a different tuner than Zach. Unfortunately my car is parted out and I no longer have the platform, but I just wanted to share his wizardry
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